July 15, 2004

Because of inaccurate information provided by Baltimore school officials, an article in Tuesday's editions incorrectly reported that the city school system is providing free bus passes to summer school students. In fact, only reduced fare cards are being offered.

A "People on the Move" item in Tuesday's Business section mistakenly reported the title for Jeanne A. Kennedy at CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield. She has been vice president for business risk and treasury management and will assume the added position of treasurer.

An article in Tuesday's editions incorrectly reported that Rosa Murillo-Ahumada earned a General Educational Development certificate through the Judy Center's adult partnership program. Murillo-Ahumada is working toward earning a Maryland high school diploma.

An article in Tuesday's editions about the killing of a woman in the Southeastern District incorrectly reported the woman's age. Gwendolyn Boykins was 45.

The Style File in Sunday's Home & Family section gave an incorrect store for one of the cosmetics featured. Lather's Daily Defense Treatment is available at Bloomingdale's at Tyson's Corner in McLean, Va.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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